The affordability, accessibility and utilization of the health facilities are directly proportional to the socio-economic status of the family. The financial condition of farmers in small villages of Marathwada is so weak that they cannot even bear the expenses of their own health care. They tend to ignore their own as well as family member's health problems and then with time it becomes more serious - sometime it leads to death. It's very natural to have health issues in old age, but with regular medical treatments one can live a better life. But their financial crises doesn't allow them to do so and hence most of the old aged people in their family suffers hail lot of pain during their last days. A farmer sees all this happening but cannot do anything. It makes him feel guilty and sometimes becomes the reason behind their suicide.
Knwoing all these facts, the Aadharwad Foundation offers best possible financial aid to farmers, labors and other poor families who are caught in to serious health issues. In addition to that, We personally contact their doctor or hospital, to explain them the situation with a request to reduce the hospital's charges on humanity basis.
We also assist physically challenged people by providing them much needed supportive accessories to make their life little more comfortable. We have distributed special Guide Sticks for the Blind or Partially Sighted persons, special TriCycle for Handicapped persons. Yes, we do all that is possible and feasible for us.
|Sr. No.||Name||Address||Illness||Visit Date||Financial Aid|
|1||aditya Nair Gatkal||St. Arnold’s Central School, Pune||Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia||26/02/2015||Rs. 10,000/-|
|2||Manisha Gatkal||Aambi, Tq. Bhum, Osmanabad||Burnt-Suicide attempt||03/09/2015||Rs. 20,000/-|
|3||Sakhvaji Kanthalkar||Babultara, Tq. Partur, Jalna||Health issues because of age.||25/01/2016||Rs. 10,000/-|
|4||Trimbak Babasaheb Kadam||Daithana (Khurd), Tq. Partur, Jalna||Skin Lipoma Operation||22/02/2016||Rs. 25,000/-|
|5||Mayuri Sitaram Kade||Patoda (Mav), Tq. Partur, Jalna||Injured in accident. Father died on spot.||23/03/2016||Rs. 10,000/-|
|6||Narayan Govind Hiwale||Sinnar, Nashik||Injured in road accident.||11/04/2016||Rs. 4,500/-|
|7||Maya Dashrath Vavhule||Dhamangaon (Pimli), Tq. Partur, Jalna||Heart Disease||18/04/2016||Rs. 10,000/-|
|8||Nanibai Manikrao Bhavale||Partur, Jalna||Physically challenged||06/08/2016||TriCycle + Rs. 5,000/-|
|9||Dipak Tatyarao Lahane||Mantha, Jalna||Heart disease||21/03/2015||Rs. 10,000 + BiCycle/-|
|10||Louis Braille Education Society, Partur||Partur, Jalna||Blind or Partially sighted people||10/01/2015||50 special sticks|
|11||Pandurang Kole||Babultara, Tq. Partur, Jalna||Leg Injury||14/08/2017||Rs. 5,000/-|
|12||Santosh Paikrao||Daithana, Tq. Partur, Jalna||Thalassemia||05/09/2017||Rs. 10,000/-|
|13||Balu Bhaskar Raut||Watur, Tq. Mantha, Jalna||Kidney Transplantation||05/11/2017||Rs. 10,000/-|
|14||Dnyaneshwar Sonaji Dhere||Anandwadi, Tq. Partur, Jalna||Kidney failure||05/06/2018||Rs. 10,000/-|
|15||Amol Uttamrao Salave||Pimpalner, Dist. Beed||Myasthenia Gravis||11/06/2018||Rs. 30,000/-|
|16||Subhashrao Kadam||Babhai, Tq. Partur, Jalna||25/07/2018||Rs. 10,000/-|
|17||Varsha Balasaheb Barkule||Khandavi, Tq. Partur, Jalna||Brain Tumor||03/08/2018||Rs. 25,000/-|
|18||Ashamati Pawar||Kandari, Tq. Ghansawangi, Jalna||04/08/2018||Rs. 5,000/-|
|19||Parameshwar Tarase||Aasangaon, Tq. Partur||Electricity Burn||02/10/2018||Rs. 20,000/-|
In addition to all above mentioned, we regularly organize medical camps in rural area for free health check up. In these camps basic medicine is also provided at free of cost. Our first medical camp was organized in Partur on 23rd January 2016 for children (age 0-15 years). A team of reputed doctors was made available for that camp - Dr. Sachin Solanke (MD Medicine, Government Hospital Aurangabad), Dr. Amol Dahayalkar (MBBS M.D. Pediatrician, Jalna), Dr. Vidyasagar Kuhire (MBBS DCH, Pediatrician, Aurangabad), Dr. Sopan Kadam (Head of RGJY at Hedagewar Hospital, Aurangabad) and Dr. Pandurang Magar.
|1||Partur, Dist. Jalna||23/01/2016||Total 175 children were diagnosed and required medicines were also provided to all of them at free of cost.|